Wilson's Raid
Wilson's Raid was a cavalry operation through Alabama and Georgia in March–April 1865, late in the American Civil War. Brig. Gen. James H. Wilson led his Union Army Cavalry Corps to destroy Southern manufacturing facilities and was opposed unsuccessfully by a much smaller force under Confederate Lt. Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest.

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Encyclopedia of Alabama: Wilson's Raid
James H. Wilson Wilson's Raid, conducted by Union general James H. Wilson from March 22, 1865, to mid-April 1865, destroyed most of Alabama's arms-manufacturing ...
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Wilson's Raid through Alabama and Georgia, 1865
General James H. Wilson's 1864 raid through Alabama and Georgia was one of the last major campaigns of the Civil War. The raid resulted in the destruction of ...
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Wilson's raid reports - AotC
Reports for Wilson's Raid to Selma 22 March - 22 April 65 plus Wilson's capture of Jefferson Davis 10 May 65. 1. George H. Thomas 2. James H. Wilson plus capture of ...
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Wilson's Raid Heritage Trail | Civil War Sites in Georgia
Wilsons Raid Heritage Trail at CivilWarHeritageTrails.org - interprets the Civil War era along its historic route. The drive itself, along many of the same roads once ...
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Wilson's Raid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wilson's Raid was a cavalry operation through Alabama and Georgia in March– April 1865, late in the American Civil War. Brig. Gen. James H. Wilson led his ...
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Wilson's Raid | New Georgia Encyclopedia
Jan 10, 2014 ... In mid-March 1865, as the Confederate States of America struggled through its final days, Union major general James Harrison Wilson began a ...
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Yankee Blitzkrieg: Wilson's Raid through Alabama ... - Amazon.com
Yankee Blitzkrieg: Wilson's Raid through Alabama and Georgia [James Pickett Jones] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This work ...
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Wilsons Raids - Fort Tyler
Union Brig. Gen. James H. Wilson had led his 13,000 Cavalry Corps of the Military Division of the Mississippi through Alabama and on April 2nd, had Wilson  ...
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General James H. Wilson, USA began a large sweeping cavalry raid across Alabama and into. Georgia. He brought a force of 13,480 men on this raid to destroy ...
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Wilson's Raid | Ohio Civil War Central
Oct 15, 2011 ... Wilson's Raid was a cavalry operation in Alabama and Georgia near the end of the American Civil War. On March 22, 1865, Brevet Major ...
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Wilson's Raid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wilson's Raid was a cavalry operation through Alabama and Georgia in March– April ... They then burned the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, the site of a ...
Wilson's Raid | New Georgia Encyclopedia
Wilson's Raid. Original entry by. Jason Manthorne, University of Georgia,. 03/31/ 2006. Last edited by NGE Staff on 01/10/2014 ...
Encyclopedia of Alabama: Wilson's Raid
Oct 23, 2007 ... James H. WilsonWilson's Raid, conducted by Union general James H. ... all but five of the buildings that comprised the University of Alabama.
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Yankee Blitzkrieg: Wilson's Raid through Alabama and Georgia [James Pickett Jones] ... James Pickett Jones is professor of history at Florida State University.
Wilson's Raid through Alabama and Georgia, 1865
General James H. Wilson's 1864 raid through Alabama and Georgia was one of the last major campaigns of the Civil War. The raid resulted in the destruction of ...
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The Confederacy was reeling when Wilson's Raiders left their camps along the Tennessee River in March 1865 and rode south. But there was talk of prolonged  ...
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Yankee Blitzkrieg: Wilson's Raid Through Alabama and Georgia (review). Civil War History 23(1), 87-89. The Kent State University Press. Retrieved January 27  ...
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Yankee Blitzkreig: Wilson's Raid through Alabama and Georgia. By James Pickett Jones. (Athens: The University of Georgia. Press, 1976. xiv, 256 pp. Preface ...
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Civil War Macon: The History of a Confederate City
Civil War Macon: The History of a Confederate City
Richard W. Iobst, 2009
Wilson's. Raid. In March 1 865 General George H. Thomas, Commander of the Department of the Cumberland with headquarters at Nashville, Tennessee, sent a mounted cavalry raid against Confederate facilities in the Lower South.
The Civil War in Books: An Analytical Bibliography
The Civil War in Books: An Analytical Bibliography
David J. Eicher, 1997
Yankee Blitzkrieg: Wilson's Raid through Alabama and Georgia ( 256 pp., University of Georgia Press, Athens, 1976) This competent and enjoyable study sheds light on a large-scale operation that has received little analysis in the Civil War ...
Alabama History: An Annotated Bibliography
Alabama History: An Annotated Bibliography
Lynda Brown, 1998
A very brief account of the raid with emphasis on the battle at Chehaw. Wilson/ Croxton's Raid, April 1865 1301. Center, Clark E., Jr. "The Burning of the University of Alabama." Alabama Heritage, no. 16 (spring 1990): 30-45. A comprehensive ...
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Wilson's Raid | New Georgia Encyclopedia
In mid-March 1865, as the Confederate States of America struggled through its final days, Union major general James Harrison Wilson began a month-long cavalry raid that laid waste to much of the
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Wilson's Raid through Alabama and Georgia, 1865
General James H. Wilson's 1864 raid through Alabama and Georgia was one of the last major campaigns of the Civil War. The raid resulted in the destruction of Confederate ironworks in Alabama as well as the capture of Selma, Montgomery, Columbus and Macon.
www.exploresouthernhistory.com/wilsonsraid.html
Wilson's Raid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Explore Southern History: Wilson's Raid through Alabama and Georgia
The last major campaign to conclude during the Civil War was a dramatic sweep through Alabama and Georgia carried out by thousands of Union soldiers under the command of General James H. Wilson.Leaving the Tennessee River Valley, Wilson pushed south from North Alabama through the heartland of the state.
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Yankee Blitzkreig: Wilson's Raid Through Alabama and Georgia by James Pickett Jones — Reviews, Discussion, Bookclubs, Lists
Yankee Blitzkreig has 8 ratings and 0 reviews. This work examines the 1865 raid upon the collapsing Confederacy in Alabama, led by James H. Wilson and hi...
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CIVIL WAR BOOKS and AUTHORS: "Croxton's Raid"
Of the handful of Wilson's Raid studies, none are truly satisfying, with James Pickett Jones's almost 30 year old Yankee Blitzkrieg: Wilson's Raid through Alabama and Georgia still the best. Rex Miller's Croxton's Raid isn't a great book either, but it details a significant but lesser known aspect of the operation, the ancillary raid conducted by a detached force commanded by Brigadier General John T.
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Wilson’s Raid in Alabama and Georgia: March–May 1865 Selma, Alabama | Weapons and Warfare
Posted on January 20, 2008 by Mitch Williamson.
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